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... karaoke, and free hugs it was a great way to end my time in Peru!
**My favorite part of Peru, and it will be more clear after the next entry, is how absolutely different the land and culture become when you move from one region to the next. I felt as if I were visiting different countries, far away lands, all while in Peru. The common thread... amazing ceviche, ethnic pride, and colorful markets!.
... here, people are walking and heading somewhere. Also there's lots of traffic and police so it feels safer. We never felt unsafe in Quito, but just always uneasy and always super aware of everything around us. Not that were not paying attention, but not to the same extent. (Calm down mom - we're being safe!!) Spills and thrills + cheap fruit! - Nine West let me down... + enjoying the weather laying in the park - being told were not allowed to lay in the ...
That morning, afternoon and evening that what I had been visited the museums, churches, and Plazas.
In the morning,
1. Lima Art Museum - MALI (6 soles fee)
2. Park of the Exposition
3. Bus station for prepare to buy next to City of Trujillo on 18th night.
4. Museum of the Italian Art (3 soles fee, they though I am ...
... building near the beach for a fundraising trivia night and we obliged, finishing dead last. Oops.
On our second day in Huenchaco, we caught the local bus in closer to the city and got a tour of the ruins of a pre-Incan town called Chan Chan. The ruins of the town's palace have been excavated and there was some fairly impressive artwork and engraving on the walls. The people of the Chan Chan ...
... including Inca mummies Massive churches that have there own burial chambers underneath. Even now Anyone can be buried there for 25 years, then your recycled. BUT If you pay the church a min of $2,000- you stay there for ever. Many of these Chambers are now open and the bones exposed, quite weird Saw a Libary with books dating back to the 15th century and nothing being done ...